School of Bento-for all of you who don´t like to eat in canteens and bakeries
School of Bento is a series of workshops in which you can learn all about the world of bento-the japanese version of lunch in a box. The workshop is held by two friends of mine (Vanessa Šerka and Marina Mijatović) and me. We don´t only teach, we also design all the visuals, as you can see it´s all done in the kawaii way. Each of us embodied herself in a kawaii character (I´m the panda).
Or visit us on facebook: Bento Gablec
In 2012. the School of Bento won the golden bra for best visual identity at the Magdalena festival (International festival for creative communication) in Maribor, Slovenia.
This series of posters started at the beginning of 2010. as a self-initiated project. As a part of the minority of designers that are into Rockabilly, 50s R´n´R, Rhythm and Blues etc I wanted to contribute something to the scene. The result is this series of posters. Unlike other Rockabilly posters that often consist of hot rod and pin-up photos, fonts from Dafont and fire Photoshop brushes, I wanted to reflect the authentic design of that decades (50s, 60s) with role models such as Aleksandar Srnec, Lucienne Day or Charles Harper. All the type was also designed by me. This is just a part of the series.
A couple of posters I did for local gigs, all the type was hand drawn.
A couple of weeks ago a friend of mine, Darko from Mad Men, called me if I could do a t-shirt design for a benefit gig for him to support his cancer battle. So of course I said yes! Darko wanted a hot rod driving over a crab, at first I wasn´t very fond of the idea, but after a couple of days the idea got to my heart in a wacky-tacky way. And this is the result; a short comic called Cancer Killer. The t-shirts were printed and the gig was a blast.
But unfortunately Darko passed away yesterday.
RIP Darko, we will all miss you. That reverend look suited you the best, I have never ever seen any other person pull it of like you.